one of the four main precepts of Buddhism and Buddhist philosophy, specif. that life is suffering, that the cause of suffering is desire, that there can be an end to suffering, and the way to achieve this is following the Noble Eightfold Path
If there is some of the ideal in this account given of love and matrimony, there is, nevertheless, a noble truth in it.
In high and noble truth, poetry is as natural as air; poetry is as virile as war!
Let me counsel, let me advise, let me entreat you, to have this noble truth in remembrance on this present occasion.
His face was not inordinately handsome; nothing of the sort; but it wore an air of candour, of noble truth.
From such slight and unpromising beginnings, science is no doubt occasionally able to evolve many a great and noble truth.
There is noble truth to be seen from this point of view,—truth to which America also will have to attend.